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How much has privacy eroded since 9/11 attacks?


Welcome to the new normal, the U.S. national security state that has grown like mad since the 9/11 terrorist attacks nearly a dozen years ago.

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SF Pride Digs in Heels on Bradley Manning Exclusion


The San Francisco Pride board declared Friday they refuse to reinstate former U.S. Army intelligence analyst Bradley Manning as Grand Marshal of this massive LGBTQ celebration, in what they say is their final word.

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‘America is our worst enemy’: Pakistani victim of US drone strike speaks out

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Drone strikes in Pakistan have killed 1,000 civilians, activists say, while the US maintains they only target terrorists. Victims of drone warfare and their families live in constant fear of another strike, and say they are “angry and want revenge.”

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US terror drone kills 3 Afghan children


Three children have died in a US killer drone strike carried out in Afghanistan's northeastern province of Kunar, Press TV reports.

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Official arrested for abuse of Afghans

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A senior Afghan army colonel has been arrested for allegedly playing a role in the abuse of prisoners in the war-torn country’s central Maidan Wardak Province, Press TV reports.

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‘Punitive’ trial awaits Manning: ‘US government now wants to put him away for life’


As the US government pushes for a heavy sentence to be handed to Bradley Manning “for revealing US hypocrisy”, it doesn’t stand accountable for the crimes it committed, Michael Ratner, President of the Center for Constitutional Rights told RT.

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1,000 Iraqis Killed in May Shows Nation in Political Tatters


Iraq violence broke another sad record in May, with at least 1,000 people killed in ongoing political and sectarian violence during the month.

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Obama asked Pentagon to prepare Syria no-fly zone plans - report


Officials from the Obama administration have revealed that the White House asked the Pentagon to outline plans for a military no-fly zone over Syria, continuing strategy discussions that have been ongoing for more than a year.

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Boston Bombing Suspect Was Unarmed


Despite initial claims, it has now emerged that the second accused Boston bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, was unarmed when he was shot and arrested by police.

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American Presidents Repeatedly Turn A Blind Eye To Genocide


Samuel Totten, Gerald Caplan and Amanda Grzyb explore the hypocrisy of American presidents who habitually ignore genocide, and sometimes even support it, all while claiming that we should "never again" tolerate such atrocities.

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